Toy Story 4

Rating:7.6
Released:2019
Genres:Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Crew:Screenplay: Andrew Stanton | Executive Producer: Andrew Stanton | Executive Producer: Lee Unkrich | Story: John Lasseter | Sound Designer: Ren Klyce | Original Music Composer: Randy Newman | Production Design: Bob Pauley | Director of Photography: Jean-Claude Kalache | Producer: Jonas Rivera | Director of Photography: Patrick Lin

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Synopsis

Woody has always been confident about his place in the world and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that's Andy or Bonnie. But when Bonnie adds a reluctant new toy called "Forky" to her room, a road trip adventure alongside old and new friends will show Woody how big the world can be for a toy.




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Screenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> imageScreenplay: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Andrew Stanton</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Lee Unkrich</strong> | Story: <strong>John Lasseter</strong> | Sound Designer: <strong>Ren Klyce</strong> | Original Music Composer: <strong>Randy Newman</strong> | Production Design: <strong>Bob Pauley</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Jean-Claude Kalache</strong> | Producer: <strong>Jonas Rivera</strong> | Director of Photography: <strong>Patrick Lin</strong> image


Reviews

SWITCH.

Rather than offering an even more potent ending, ‘Toy Story 4’ ends up being an unnecessary epilogue, offering little to enrich the overall narrative of the series and never cashing in on the actual possibilities it offers. This could have worked if it had explored a new story in the 'Toy Story' universe, and Forky certainly makes it clear that such a move could have worked beautifully. Instead, we have a film that feels tired and forced, lacking in clarity or inspiration, serving neither its classic characters or its new ones, and ultimately never justifying its existence. It’s certainly an enjoyable film, but it’s hardly a necessary one. - Daniel Lammin

Read Daniel's full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-toy-story-4-entertaining-but-thoroughly-unnecessary

Gimly

I very much enjoyed Toy Story 4. I thought it was good, and I think it doesn't at all "undo" the perfect ending that the third entry gave us, which was a legitimate fear some people had. What I will say however, is that I don't understand just how much most people seem to have loved it. I have seen multiple people say it's the best of the four, and I more think it's the... worst. That's not a knock! This is a seriously good series (and also I think it might actually be either better than or maybe as good Toy Story 2). But I am not quite feeling the overwhelming positivity that it has garnered from a lot of my peers.

Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go.

JPV852

Dang, is it dusty in here? After what was a near perfect conclusion with Toy Story 3, wasn't sure if this was really needed. I'm glad they did go through with it and although it's not exactly unpredictable, still was highly entertaining with some genuine emotions and a great finale for Woody. Really says a lot that as good as this was, it's still the fourth best movie of the series. 4.0/5

Don't really want a TS5 but wouldn't mind some short Toy Story Toons with the group...


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